εὐοῖ

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Ancient Greek[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From an epithet of Dionysus, Εὔιος (Eúios) or Εὐάν (Euán), probably from εὖ (, good) +‎ υἱός (huiós, son) (implying "Well done, my son", said by Zeus to Dionysus after he won a fight in the Gigantomachy),[1] or from εὖ (, good) +‎ οἶνος (oînos, wine).

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εὐοῖ (euoî)

  1. The cry used by worshipers of Dionysus.

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